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Mary K. (Kravetsky) Jaconetta
August 25, 1931 ~ January 10, 2024 (age 92) 92 Years Old
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At her Ingram home peacefully in her sleep with her family by her side on January 10, 2024 Mary Kravetsky Jaconetta passed away at the age of 92. Mary is preceded in death by her parents Alex and Mary (Horney) Krywecki, her beloved husband of 56 years Rudolph, her brother Andrew, sisters, Catherine, Anna and Stella Kravetsky. Mary is survived by her devoted children, Susan Caban (David), Patricia Groening (Christopher), and son James Jaconetta and her brother Charles Kravetsky and sister-in-law Patricia Kravetsky and many nieces, including very special niece Laura McClintock, nephews, grand-nieces and grand-nephews. She will be greatly missed by her four adoring cats, Buff, Ebony, Buffy and Junior Miss. Mary maintained many lifelong friendships. We particularly would like thank Tom Dembecki for his help with both Mary and Rudy with transporting to medical appointments.
Mary grew up in rural Westmoreland County. She graduated as class Valedictorian from Bell Township High School. She went on to her professional career including at Vic Maitland and Associates advertising. During that time, she met her future husband Rudy while shopping in his department at Joseph Horne Company. Mary excelled in her role as a mother and future caretaker of her sisters, husband and the neighborhood. Mary had varied interests and hobbies including cooking, baking, sewing, and volunteering particularly as a CCD teacher, with the Girl Scouts and Meals on Wheels. She loved attending the ballet and watching sporting events especially the Steelers, professional tennis and golf.
Mary passed on her love of learning to her three children. She enjoyed solving word puzzles with them until her last day.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Animal Friends or Humane Animal Rescue of Pittsburgh. There will be no visitation. Family and friends are invited to a Mass of Christian Burial at the Ascension Church of St. Phillip Parish, 114 Berry Street, Ingram on Wednesday January 17th at 11am. Everyone please meet at the church. Everyone must wear a mask. Burial services will be private. Arrangements entrusted to Hershberger Stover Inc. Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Crafton. www.hershberger-stoverfh.com.